Linus Torvalds awarded 2010 C&C Prize

The Linux Foundation has announced that this year, Linux creator Linus Torvalds is one of three recipients of the prestigious C&C Prize. According to the NEC C&C Foundation which awarded the prize, Torvalds is being recognised for his “contributions to the advancement of the information technology industry, education, research, and the improvement of our lives”.

The C&C Prize was first established in 1985 and is awarded to those who contribute to research and development activities and pioneer work related to the integration of computers and communications (C&C) technologies.

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